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Rapper Desiigner got a bit too excited when he performed his hit song, "Panda" Saturday in NYC. MStars News has learned that Kanye West's new artist threw up while on stage! To make things even crazier, Desiigner picked up one of his disabled team member's while rapping. In the first video, Desiigner shocked fans while hopping up and down going in on his famous track only to throw up! But if you think his stomach stopped him from performing, think again, the G.O.O.D. Music artist continues performing like it never happened.
When @LifeOfDesiigner throws up at #Emporium pic.twitter.com/izq01QtSn6 — Magic Wando (@FrankieLewando) April 17, 2016
Ew, nasty right? I'm betting that the crew on stage with him were probably making sure they didn't step in his puke. I know some of our readers probably have weak stomachs like we do over here at MStars News and might be sick after seeing that.
In the next video, Desiigner basically shows everyone that he is crunk at every performance! The rapper was once again rapping to his hit song then goes to reach out for his team member to join him. As the handicapped man approaches him, Desiigner grabs him and holds on to him while still performing.
The rapper has been making waves since "Panda" hit the airwaves. The Brooklyn, New York native has even been compared to the rapper Future. A lot of people even thought it was Future on the track rapping until they learned who Desiigner was.
Future even addressed the situation and said during a concert: "There's only one Future." He then went into his hit song featuring the Migos, "Designer."
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Is there anything that this 19-year-old won't do while performing? MStars News wants to know, are you feeling Desiigner's new song, "Panda?" Do you think he sounds a bit too much like Future? Is he trying to copy Future's style? What do you guys think...sound off below!© 2017 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.